Cruse Naval Design unveils 90 metre superyacht design
By Maarten Janssen
Jens Cruse of Cruse Naval Design, one of the pioneers in 3D naval design, has send us renderings of an exciting new 90 metre superyacht project. Jens, who worked for over 16 years as subcontractor for Blohm+Voss Naval and Blohm+Voss yacht devision, as well as for other leading yards, unveiled a 90 metre superyacht, with a huge amount of hatches.
Starting at the bow, the first hatch underneath the helicopter deck hides a large array of water toys, and also provides good access to the below mooring deck. Mooring wing stations on either side of the hull allow crew to handle lines, and also provide a perfect spot for dolphin watching whilst underway. A 6,7 metre rescue boat is stored underneath a large hatch underneath the helicopter landing area.
The main deck VIP cabins both feature a foldable balcony with two integrated portholes.
On the starboard side a large boarding platform can be entered via the foldable bulwark gangway system, which, when folded down, also opens up the view from the dining room.
On the opposite side of the yacht is a shell door to have service and crew access.
Near the stern there is a 12 metre long starboard beach club, complete with a sea terrace, whilst on port side there is a garage for the tenders.
The bathing platform features a stern door, large integrated and foldable bathing stairs, as well as the hatch for the obligatory stern passerelle.
The yacht is just below 3000 GT, has a beam of 14.35 metres and a draught of 3.80 metres, two swimmingpools, two Jacuzzi’s and a lot of other features, like a cinema.